WD Sentinel DX4000 Now Shipping with 16 TB Capacity

WD are now offering their Sentinel DX4000 with 16 TB Capacity for £1,749.

WD Sentinel DX4000 Front

Here’s their press release:

WD® now offers its WD SentinelTM DX4000 small office storage server with a capacity of 16TB, in addition to existing shipping capacities of 4TB, 6TB, 8TB and 12 TB.

WD Sentinel is a storage server designed specifically to meet the storage needs of small-to-medium sized businesses (SMBs). The WD Sentinel 16TB unit includes four 4TB hard drives, which offers small business owners the capacity, performance and capabilities they need to support their business. The WD Sentinel DX4000 small office storage server acts as the "on-premise cloud storage" solution for the SMB.

WD Sentinel offers SMB clients an easy to set up and easy to administer solution for managing their growing data storage requirements. It comes preconfigured from WD and can be easily setup into an existing SMB environment within 30 minutes. The WD Sentinel includes backup & recovery licenses for up to 25 client computers and features redundant network, power and USB 3.0 connectivity, a complete DLNA media server and secure remote web access to all authorised users.

The DX4000 servers ship with KeepVault, an optional cloud backup storage provider, which provides an integrated offsite backup solution for SMBs’ most important information, providing a secure offsite disaster protection plan at an SMB price point.

WD also offers WD Sentinel customers premium service offerings, WD Guardian Services, provided by WD customer support. WD Guardian services include an offering of next-day parts replacement services (Guardian Express), an annual support agreement (Guardian Pro), and an extended warranty (Guardian Extended Care) offering extending the standard 3-year product warranty to 5 years.

Price & Availability:

WD Sentinel DX4000 small office storage server is available at select retailers and online at the www.wdstore.co.uk . MSRP is £1,749.00 for the 16 TB.

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  1. Bob Crook says:

    If you are thinking seriously about one of these perhaps you would be better off going with a Synology NAS and getting two so that they can synchronize each other over the Internet.

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